Scouse superstar, Jodie Comer, known for playing the flamboyant assassin, Villanelle on the BBC smash hit, Killing Eve, has graced the cover of April’s edition of British Vogue - cool, right?

She sat down with them in a wine bar on Liverpool’s iconic Penny Lane and shared some of her favourite places to visit in the city when she’s home. 

In case you want to check out some of the places Jodie likes to visit we’ve put them into this handy guide for you, complete with a map so you can check them all off!  You never know, you might find her chilling in one of these spots with a glass of wine one day…


“For all natural wines and tasty small plates.”

Berry Street’s Bunch Wine Bar is a friendly little spot specialising in natural wines, taking inspiration from the owners favourite places to drink around Europe. You can enjoy them inside with a bite to eat from The Bitter Social or pick a bottle to take away with you.


“Best coffee in town in my humble opinion.”

Bold Street Coffee is a bit of a Liverpool institution when it comes to coffee. The award winning coffee shop’s blends of coffee are a hit across the city so whether you pop in for a morning pick me up, breakfast with friends or a late lunch, it’s the perfect spot to take a pit stop.


“John Lennon’s local in his younger years. £1 for five songs on the jukebox – can’t beat it.”

You can’t come to Liverpool without having a drink in Ye Cracke, John Lennon’s local in the early days of The Beatles. The old time-y pub is in the Georgian Quarter surrounded by beautiful streets to explore after you soak up all the history at the bar. It also has a great beer garden for those summer months chilling outside. 


“Sunday walks around the lake or head to the Albert Dock and walk right along the water’s edge.”

Jodie is right, Sunday walks around Sefton Park are a great way to spend the day. Explore the 200 acre Grade I listed park any time of year for wonderful views and a bit of fresh air. 

The Royal Albert Dock is also a must when visiting the city. Home to Tate Liverpool, The Beatles Story, The Merseyside Maritime Museum, a whole host of bars and restaurants and independent shops to explore there is plenty to see and do at one of Liverpool’s most stunning landmarks. 

Excited for warmer days🌷

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“Good for cocktails and a perfect date spot.”

Only a few people are onto this secret cocktail bar on Berry Street so we can see why Jodie loves it so much. Go in search of the non-descript black door, give it a knock and if there’s space they’ll let you in. The tiny speakeasy bar is the perfect spot for a cocktail listening to a bit of jazz on a Friday evening. 

Little secret !! 🍷💙👍🏼

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All quotes have been taken from Jodie Comer's interview with British Vogue which you can read here.

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Sefton Park
Parkland/Woodland Garden
Families sit on benches within Sefton Park during Autumn time. The trees have yellow, red and green leaves.

A magnificent 200-acre Park that looks like a natural landscape rather than a man-made park.

The Royal Albert Dock
Heritage/Visitor Centre
A daytime shot of the Royal Albert Dock. The shot shows the original warehouse buildings with the iconic red pillars.

Located on Liverpool’s incredible World Heritage Site waterfront, the Albert Dock structure features the largest collection of Grade I listed buildings in the whole country.